Phoenix Center for the Arts Fall Break Camp
At Phoenix Center for the Arts Fall Break Camp children will experience a full day of professional instruction in visual and performing arts. Classes include Music, Dance, Drama, and Visual Arts.
Dates: October 8-12, 2018
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm, Mon-Fri
Early Bird Pricing: $198 per session (on or before September 7)
Regular Price: $220 per session (beginning September 8)
$15 off each additional sibling.
Before and after care available.
Lunch is not provided.
Meet our Fall Break Camp Staff & Instructors!
Born and raised in Phoenix, Colin has spent many summers serving as both Lead Volunteer and Assistant Camp Manager for Phoenix Center for the Arts Youth Camps. Colin is excited to continue work with the children at Phoenix Center for the Arts in 2017. Colin is a currently a senior at Arizona State University majoring in art education. As a painter and mulit-instrumentalist, Colin has an extensive background in the arts spending much of his free time working on various performance and visual art projects.
Fall Break Camp Instructor
Being a Phoenix native, Antoinette’s work is very reflective of her city – the gritty and the beautiful. Her work is heavily influenced by rap music and hip hop culture, with a focus on social injustice and internal conflicts. She combines the grittiness of rap music with the beauty of vibrant color, texture, pattern and a personal and emotionally driven message. Antoinette has spent the last few years working as a full-time artist in her studio in Phoenix, Arizona. She also works with youth ages 5-18, teaching art classes that focus on drawing, painting and color theory. Antoinette is currently represented by the monOrchid Gallery in Phoenix. Recently Antoinette was named the 2017 and 2018 AZ Foothills Magazine’s Best Local Artist.
Fall Break Camp Instructor
Derek Davenport is an Arizona native with over 20 years of experience in the creative arts. Throughout his professional career, Derek has enjoyed being a signed Hip-Hop artist, a national poetry competition nominee, a professional film/stage actor, and a director. His passion for teaching started just 3 years ago when he taught his first creative writing class for the Young Writers Academy. Since then, Derek has taught numerous writing classes for YWA along with drama programs for Phoenix Center for the Arts and Ghostlight Theatre, where he has earned multiple AriZoni nominations for his youth productions and acting. He is absolutely ecstatic to be a part of fall camp with Phoenix Center for the Arts, and hopes to inspire campers through sharing his love for the arts!